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... decline wind/no wind - gas gauge moving as we went. The scenery was much better than yesterday, the mountains really are pretty - but where did the come from?! There was a new forest fire that started yesterday in Sedona (no, we weren't there so it wasn't us), we drove through the smoke in Flagstaff. It actually seemed pretty close.
FINALLY, we crossed the California boarder and exactly 1 mile across was the exit to our resort. I ...
... I was able to reserve a room at a Best Western Inn there and so instead of pushing to get home, we took time and stopped at Oatman for a while, took pictures and bought the t shirt. Once again I challenged myself on a treacherous mountain road, this one much older and rougher, and once again I overcame the demons. Did I mention that the skies were clear and sunny?
We descended into Kingman and found our lodging. Kingman is also home to a segment of ...
The tent site next to us wakes us up early with their headlamps as its clear they're looking for an early start to the day. We look at the clock and it's 3:38 am and decide it's time for us to get up as well and begin the hike out.
On the trail by 4:15 and the next 5 hours are basically Ronnie chasing the Energizer Bunny up the 10 mile trail back to the parking lot. Holly was eager to get most of the hike ...
... course I take a photo, who could resist....thanks Skip.
The Oatman Hotel and Cafe was doing a roaring trade for lunch so we joined in, also pinning our dollar bill up with all the other thousands of dollar bills plastered over almost every surface. A very large picture of Willie Nelson oversaw the festivities.
We then managed to fit in an ice cream from Sweet Sally's as dessert.....so, on!
... grows some nice green crops that can be seen for miles as you approach the little town of 4,800 people. Established as a railroad town, it was the first stop on Route 66 in California as the dust bowl pushed out so many people from the plains into California and the town still has some of the old Route 66 motels. The name Needles is derived from the jagged pointy rock formations ...
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